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Howard and Lottie Marcus

$400 million gift for Ben Gurion University

JERUSALEM — A $400 million gift to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, earmarked in large part for water research, is believed to be the largest-ever bequest on behalf...

The library at CLB, where students learn in both English and Hebrew.

Study of law in Israel for English speakers

AN ISRAELI law school, the College of Law and Business (CLB), has announced the opening of international degree programs to overseas English speakers. Offering...

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Phase one of JCC renovation complete

PHASE ONE of the membership improvement project at the Loup JCC, also known as “the J,” has been completed. The $400,000 upgrades provide a new look and feel to the...

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How to set up a field hospital in 12 hours

PASSOVER EDITION 5776SECTION B PAGE 8 When disaster strikes, Israel’s government, army and aid agencies are among the first to send material and expert assistance,...

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A date with Israel’s start-up ‘shadchan’

IN 2003, Jeremy Lustman began working at the Washington, DC metro area’s DLA Piper law firm. Young and motivated, he could have never predicted the market crash that...

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Israeli wine exports up by 6%

TEL AVIV — As the Israeli wine industry continues to expand, more international markets are opening up to what Israel’s winemakers have to offer. The 2016 Sommelier...

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Reviving a derelict Tel Aviv neighborhood

TEL AVIV — The teeming blocks around this city’s New Central Bus Station are anything but scenic. Packed with humanity at every hour of the day, they are dizzying...

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‘Facon’ among innovations at Kosherfest

CHANUKAH EDITION 5776 SECTION B PAGE 8 SECAUCUS, NJ — Walking around the exhibitors’ hall at Kosherfest, the annual kosher food trade show, is like finding yourself at...

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Israel calls EU labeling ‘double standard’

AMSTERDAM — To Israel and many of its supporters, the new EU regulations requiring separate labeling for settlement goods are discriminatory measures reminiscent of...

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Employment next frontier on disabilities

MILESTONES WERE in the air at the Ruderman  Family Foundation’s inclusion summit, which drew 500 people — including three from the Denver-Boulder Jewish community —...